Welcome to your local East Brunswick homes for sale & Middlesex County real estate resource. East Brunswick is considered a suburb of New York City. The housing prices in East Brunswick are moderately high, but not the highest in the state of New Jersey. It has numerous housing options and contains one of the finest school systems in the state. For additional information on properties for sale in East Brunswick, NJ or to schedule a private tour, contact your local real estate experts today! Read more about East Brunswick real estate.
East Brunswick, New Jersey is a medium-size town with 10 distinct neighborhoods and a total population of 45,827. It's the 32nd largest community in New Jersey.
Overall, East Brunswick is a very great neighborhood to call home. East Brunswick is a great town for convenient access to great schools and shopping. However, traffic can be a bit heavy at times, which results in long commutes to work. Luckily, East Brunswick has a great public transportation system, which helps its residents commute to work if they choose to not drive their own vehicle.
Although buyers can find homes around the $200,000 range, they might not get a whole lot for the money in terms of modern updates and square footage, but it's always possible to find a few hidden gems within that budget. On the other side of the coin, there are homes in the East Brunswick area that are priced around $800,000. These are often very large homes containing 5, 6, or even 7 bedrooms with 3-5 bathrooms. The square footage for these homes often exceeds 3000 square feet, with some homes as large as 43000 square feet. The median home sales price in East Brunswick is much higher than the average for the entire country. However, housing prices are still lower than the most expensive communities in New Jersey.
The Route Ln/Cranbury Road neighborhood is a small borough within East Brunswick. It's home to the East Brunswick Community Park as well as Heavenly Farms Park. The median sales price in the neighborhood is $502,567, and nearly 60% of its homes were built between 1970 and 1999. The average home at Route Ln/Cranbury Road has 3-4 bedrooms and is classified as a single-family home.
The neighborhood of Fairview Knolls/Herbert runs parallel to the New Jersey Turnpike. It's a very small community with a median real estate price at $475,260, which is 84% more expensive than other neighborhoods in the state of New Jersey. Fairview Knolls/Herbert is also a relatively quiet neighborhood with well-manicured lawns, and real estate tends to maintain its value over time.
The neighborhood of Route Ln/New Brunswick Ave is located in East Brunswick and has a median real estate price of $430,260. Many residences at Route Ln/New Brunswick Ave are older, with nearly 80% of the homes built between 1940 and 1969. 90% of the homes have 3-4 bedrooms and over 90% of its residents are urban sophisticates.
Lawrence Brook Manor is a small neighborhood in East Brunswick that spans over the New Jersey Turnpike, with the Raritan River situated in the northeast section. The median real estate price for Lawrence Brook Manor is $418,704, with 70% of its homes built between 1940 and 1969. The average home in Lawrence Brook Manor has 3-4 bedrooms and is considered as a single-family home.
The Town Center of East Brunswick has a median house value of $387,511, which is slightly less expensive than its neighboring communities. This area is known for its long commute time to work, whether you're walk, biking, or driving.
The Old Bridge neighborhood of East Brunswick has a median real estate price of $376,465. The average house in the area has 3-4 bedrooms, with 46.6% of the homes built between 1970-1999.
The neighborhood of Summerhill Rd/Old Stage Rd in East Brunswick has a median real estate price of $362,351. The average home was built between 1940 and 1969, and has 3-4 bedrooms as a single-family home. Summerhill Rd/Old Stage Rd is a notably walkable neighborhood and is very quiet.
Newton Heights is a neighborhood in East Brunswick that has a median real estate price of $292,294, which is quite a bit lower than the median price of other homes in East Brunswick. Nearly 90% of the homes in Newton Heights were built between 1970 and 1999, and the homes are split 50/50 between 3-4 bedrooms and 0-2 bedrooms. There is also a notable amount of townhomes in Newton Heights.
The neighborhood of Jamesburg Park/Gillandtown borders Helmetta and is home to Jamesburg Park. The median real estate price in the area is $287,897, which is more expensive than 42% of the neighborhoods in the state of New Jersey. Nearly 80% of the homes were built between 1970 and 1999, and there's a healthy mix of single-family homes, townhomes, and small apartment buildings.
Washington Heights is a small neighborhood in East Brunswick with a median real estate price of $254,965. It's primarily made up of small studio apartments, medium sized single-family homes, and high-rise apartments. Half of the homes in the area were built between 1970 and 1999, and the average home in Washington Heights has 0-2 bedrooms.
The area is served by East Brunswick Public School system, which includes two high schools and three elementary schools. Churchill High School serves grades 8-9, and East Brunswick serves grades 10-12.
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